Nutrition Q&A: Pros and cons of Soylent - washington post


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Pretty reasonable article, IMO.


#3

For once not a smear campaign.


#4

Hurray for print journalism! How about some more comments at the Post?


#5

Nice–a dietician who says “To each their own” and doesn’t freak out at the idea that some people aren’t as comfortable with conventional food preparation as she is. Yep, a reasonable article.


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great article indeed


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Agreed, relatively reasonable. It’s funny, I guess if your life revolves around food and food choices (like a dietician!) then Soylent is almost antithesis to their entire existence. I agree with most of the “cons”, in that they are really more social than anything, which shows how much humanity is tied to food consumption.


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I think such posts confirm that Soylent got it’s place on a food market.
Soon we can expect more reviews about “nutritionally complete food category” and comparisons.

Soylent vs. Haute cuisine restaurants?